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  • 1937 Luton Town signed Ted Vinall, a successful centre forward from Norwich City. He spent two years with Sunderland, mainly in the reserves and joined Norwich in 1933. He scored 73 League goals in 168 matches for City and when the War broke out in 1939 his total figures were 93 goals in 228 games.
  • 1938 Dave McCulloch, Scottish international centre forward of Brentford, transferred to Derby County. Began his career with Third Lanark and moved to Heart of Midlothian two years later. Was signed by Brentford in November 1935. After the War he joined Leicester City and played in a few League games in 1946-47. In peace-time matches he scored 179 goals in 238 outings. Played in 7 internationals between 1935 and 1939.
  • 1952 Ron Greenwood, Brentford centre half, transferred to Chelsea in an exchange deal which took forward Jimmy D'Arcy to Griffen Park. Was once on Chelsea's books and signed for Bradford at the end of the War. Moved to Brentford in 1948 and left Chelsea for Fulham mid way through the former's Championship season 1954-55. Retired from the field in 1956 after 298 League games. Became assistant manager of Arsenal in November 1958 and began his successful period as manager to West Ham United in April 1961.